Andy Cohen was targeted by Brandi Glanville last week after a few not-so-nice comments were made about the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star on his late-night show, Watch What Happens Live.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Glanville took to Twitter the following day, slamming Cohen for bullying her and saying she's had enough of his abuse. The shocking tweet was eventually deleted but not before several fans, and publications, took notice.
"[Andy] I think Ive taken enough abuse on #WWHL I dare you to pick on someone else! Im F**KING over it!!!! It's just bullying at this point!"
During a recent Ask Andy session, Andy Cohen addressed Glanville's claims, telling fans he doesn't agree that he was "bullying" the reality star.
"I hate the word bullying, because I think it's a serious thing where people gang up on someone who's weak and I don't think Brandi is weak," Cohen explained, according to a February 2 report by Reality Tea. "I think she's strong and I don't think anyone is ganging up on her."
"I don't want to upset her, but I'm doing a show about her show. Viewers were asking a lot of questions about her [Brandi], which I then asked the guests to respond to."
On Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen typically discusses the night's new episode, be it The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills or another Bravo series, with his two guests. To think he would be talking about Glanville is far from surprising, and considering her recent physical altercation with her co-star, Kyle Richards, it shouldn't come as a shock that what was being discussed wasn't exactly positive.
"I actually didn't say anything out of turn about Brandi – I asked some questions that upset her. I don't blame her for being upset, but it is what it is."
In her Bravo blog last week, Glanville defended herself after her caught-on-camera fight with Richards.
"I cannot believe she grabbed me so hard she knocked the food out of of my hand, then after I twisted away from her grasp, she grabbed my arm AGAIN and my skin was scratched open. She can try to change the facts to suit her victim narrative, but it's all on tape (try watching it without the sound). I just wanted what Kim wanted--to get out of there to see Kim safely home, which I did."
For more Andy Cohen, tune into Watch What Happens Live weeknights at 11 p.m. on Bravo.
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